Archive for 'Steve Fisher'
In today's Urban Planner: the arts community celebrates good news at City Hall; a week of "trying something new" workshops begins with anti-gravity yoga; and local comedy acts get old-school gangster.
In today's UP: a lunchtime round dance at Yonge-Dundas Square, Videofag shows videos of dancing "sissy boys," Fucked Up's third Long Winter artsapalooza, and lots of theatre.
Who in Toronto is going to be huge in 2013? Here are our educated guesses.
Wondering what to see at the Next Stage Theatre Festival? Here are our thoughts on all 10 productions.
In today's Urban Planner: chickens, dentures, and laughter at Trampoline Hall; Second City's touring company bids adieu to its musical director; and the Next Stage Theatre Festival.
In today's Urban Planner: free comedy at the Festival of New Formats; an epic painting freed from history by dance; free dinner (with music to dance it off after) at Feast in the East, and more.
This year's edition of the Next Stage Theatre Festival is here. We interviewed Julia Lederer, Tony Nappo, and Natasha Greenblatt about their shows.
In today's Urban Planner: merry opera, comic pantomime, and a rocking in-between-holidays party.
In today's special Christmas Eve and Christmas Day Urban Planner: flowers of the season, Christmas services, and non-Christmas activities on the day.
In today's Urban Planner: choose between pairs of choirs, closing theatrical performances, and legendary live-music acts.
The actor who plays the mayor in Theatre Passe Muraille's
Rob Ford Holiday Spectacular! opens up about the demands of the role.
In today's Urban Planner: a Christmas party with Hi and Lo, a songwriter's showcase with Talkabout, and a cabaret with SINGular Sensation.
Nominated for: speaking up when she didn't need to.
In today's Urban Planner: take the whole family to the Playground, take most of them to the Power Plant's party, take the adults to some plays, but take only the wild ones to the
F*&K the Holidays cabaret, and the Da Da Da psychedelic dance night.
Nominated for: losing their community's trust.
In today's Urban Planner: support public art with Beautiful City, celebrate Human Rights Day at the Write For Rights concert, new writing at Amazing New Stuff, and emerging filmmakers at Personal Visions.
In today's Urban Planner: music all day! Tapings and performances at the CBC, an afternoon in-store at Of a Kind, comedy and music with hosts Helder Brum and Wayne Jones, and several music shows.
Haley McGee, the Virgin Mary in Theatre Columbus's walkabout Nativity story, talks about her solo work and her world travels.